DEARBORN, Michigan – The University of Michigan-Dearborn will host “Events in the Middle East: A New Era or a False Start?” a faculty forum on Egypt, Tunisia, and the Region on Tuesday, Feb. 8 from noon to 1:30 p.m. in Room 1030 of the campus’s College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters building.
The event is free and open to the public.
Faculty members participating in the discussion include Cam Amin, history, “The Green Movement in Iran”; Hani Bawardi, history, “Egypt’s Revolution in Arab Context”; Tim Kiska, communications, “Uses of Internet and Social Media”; Ron Stockton, political science, “A Comparative Perspective”; Michael Twomey, economics, “An Economist’s Perspective.”
About University of Michigan-Dearborn:
Founded in 1959 with a gift of just over 200 acres of land and $6.5 million from the Ford Motor Company, University of Michigan-Dearborn is a metropolitan university serving southeastern Michigan, committed to excellence rooted in strong academics, innovative research and programming and civic engagement. The University has nearly 8,900 students pursuing more than 90 bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral and professional degrees in liberal arts and sciences, engineering, business and education. A top-ranked university with a faculty devoted to teaching, and students committed to achievement, UM-Dearborn has been shaped by its history of partnering with local leaders and communities, and is committed to finding solutions for the challenges that face the region.